Contentious Belonging : The Place of Minorities in Indonesia

Contention has surrounded the status of minorities throughout Indonesian history. Two broad polarities are evident: one inclusive of minorities, regarding them as part of the nation's rich complexity and a manifestation of its "Unity in Diversity" motto; the other exclusive, viewing with... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Verfasserangabe: Greg Fealy, Ronit Ricci.
Format: E-Book
veröffentlicht: Singapore : ISEAS Publishing, [2019]
Umfang: 1 online resource
Enthält auch: Frontmatter -- Contents -- Tables and figures -- Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Glossary -- 1. Diversity and its discontents: an overview of minority-majority relations in Indonesia / Fealy, Greg / Ricci, Ronit -- PART 1. HISTORY AND LAW -- 2. Minorities in Indonesian history: from ambiguous advantage to cantonisation / Cribb, Robert -- 3. Minorities and discrimination in Indonesia: the legal framework / Lindsey, Tim -- 4. The Constitutional Court and minority rights: analysing the recent homosexual sex and indigenous belief cases / Butt, Simon -- PART 2. DISABILITY -- 5. Changing laws, changing attitudes: the place of people with disability in Indonesia / Dibley, Thushara / Tsaputra, Antoni -- 6. Disability inclusion in Indonesia: the role of Islamic schools and universities in inclusive education reform / Afrianty, Dina -- PART 3. SEXUALITY -- 7. Is the recent wave of homophobia in Indonesia unexpected? / Wieringa, Saskia E. -- 8. Localising queer identities: queer activisms and national belonging in Indonesia / Wijaya, Hendri Yulius -- PART 4. RELIGION AND ETHNICITY -- 9. The mobilisation of intolerance and its trajectories: Indonesian Muslims' views of religious minorities and ethnic Chinese / Mietzner, Marcus / Muhtadi, Burhanuddin -- 10. Disputes over places of worship in Indonesia: evaluating the role of the Interreligious Harmony Forum / Ali-Fauzi, Ihsan -- 11. Anti-Chinese sentiment and the 'return' of the pribumi discourse / Setijadi, Charlotte -- 12. Minority and advantage: the story of Sindhis in Indonesia / Myutel, Maria -- 13. 'Normalising' the Orang Rimba: between mainstreaming, marginalising and respecting indigenous culture / Manurung, Butet -- PART 5. REFLECTIONS -- 14 Manipulating minorities and majorities: reflections on 'contentious belonging' / Jones, Sidney -- Index
Frontmatter -- Contents -- Tables and figures -- Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Glossary -- 1. Diversity and its discontents: an overview of minority-majority relations in Indonesia / PART 1. HISTORY AND LAW -- 2. Minorities in Indonesian history: from ambiguous advantage to cantonisation / 3. Minorities and discrimination in Indonesia: the legal framework / 4. The Constitutional Court and minority rights: analysing the recent homosexual sex and indigenous belief cases / PART 2. DISABILITY -- 5. Changing laws, changing attitudes: the place of people with disability in Indonesia / 6. Disability inclusion in Indonesia: the role of Islamic schools and universities in inclusive education reform / PART 3. SEXUALITY -- 7. Is the recent wave of homophobia in Indonesia unexpected? / 8. Localising queer identities: queer activisms and national belonging in Indonesia / PART 4. RELIGION AND ETHNICITY -- 9. The mobilisation of intolerance and its trajectories: Indonesian Muslims' views of religious minorities and ethnic Chinese / 10. Disputes over places of worship in Indonesia: evaluating the role of the Interreligious Harmony Forum / 11. Anti-Chinese sentiment and the 'return' of the pribumi discourse / 12. Minority and advantage: the story of Sindhis in Indonesia / 13. 'Normalising' the Orang Rimba: between mainstreaming, marginalising and respecting indigenous culture / PART 5. REFLECTIONS -- 14 Manipulating minorities and majorities: reflections on 'contentious belonging' / Index
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